The first public conference of the leader of the opposition in Venezuela after the coup against Maduro

In his first public conference after the attempted coup against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, thousands rallied around Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guido.

“In the transitional stages, such things are happening … The draft amnesty law is being considered,” Guaydou said Friday, noting that the opposition parliament was considering the amnesty initiative for staff and military personnel, as it helps restore democracy in the country.

Venezuelan President Hugo Maduro has announced a break with diplomatic ties with Washington, accusing him of orchestrating a coup attempt against him.

After the crisis broke out, US President Donald Trump quickly recognized the leader of the opposition as a transitional president, followed by Canada, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Brazil, Chile, Panama, Argentina, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Britain.


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